Support student workers in UC contract negotiations
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Support student workers in UC contract negotiations

UC Student-Workers Union releases bargaining demands The UC Student-Workers Union UAW Local 2865 recently made known its bargaining goals for its 2018 contract negotiations with the UC. There…

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The Burden of Beauty: We must move away from our destructive perspectives on valuing women
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The Burden of Beauty: We must move away from our destructive perspectives on valuing women

Our deep-rooted perceptions of beauty can seriously damage women’s mental and physical wellbeing In a world inhabited by 7.6 billion people, who determines what qualities meet the standards…

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Humor: New Year’s resolution: Don’t Listen To The Globalist Agenda Of Making The U.S. Men’s Soccer Team Better
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Humor: New Year’s resolution: Don’t Listen To The Globalist Agenda Of Making The U.S. Men’s Soccer Team Better

This idea for self-improvement is so cute — and so easy! Perhaps you find yourself in the new year hazily gripping to reality through the fog of a…

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The Celebrity President
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The Celebrity President

Reality check: Oprah Winfrey is not a qualified 2020 candidate At this year’s Golden Globe awards, Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. DeMille Award, an honorary Golden Globe…

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Humor: Trump to end nut neutrality as eugenics program rolls out
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Humor: Trump to end nut neutrality as eugenics program rolls out

Or does he mean crazy people? After a public spectacle during which President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence openly argued about their perceptions of Nut Neutrality,…

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Humor: Bitcoin price inflation directly correlated with lack of parking spaces at UC Davis
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Humor: Bitcoin price inflation directly correlated with lack of parking spaces at UC Davis

Get ready to be so rich that you can buy a car and then have nowhere to park it Ever wonder what makes bitcoin tick? Well, you’re in…

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The scariest provision in the tax bill: Oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
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The scariest provision in the tax bill: Oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

A 40-year debate comes to a close, but there’s still hope drilling will be stopped I wish I had a funny anecdote to make talking about oil drilling…

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Humor: The festival of no lights: Celebrating the holidays in maybe the world’s darkest city
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Humor: The festival of no lights: Celebrating the holidays in maybe the world’s darkest city

Davis’ very own holiday traditions Because the majority of the Davis student population took their finals and immediately escaped as quickly as possible in hopes of forgetting all…

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The case against travel visas: –– and why they impede cultural exchange
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The case against travel visas: –– and why they impede cultural exchange

Stringent visa policies harm the average citizen more than we realize Let it be known that travel visas are a nuisance. Sure, they mark passports in exotic hues…

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The ways we’re raised: Free-range and helicopter parenting
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The ways we’re raised: Free-range and helicopter parenting

How parenting styles affect us as students — and why we don’t need to be subjected to them Many of us have read Amy Chua’s provocative Wall Street…

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Removing the lifelong challenges women face in entering STEM fields
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Removing the lifelong challenges women face in entering STEM fields

In male-dominated professions, women confront a culture where they’re devalued and discouraged When I was a 7-year-old girl, I unwillingly held tightly to the impractical Barbies that oblivious…

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Humor: How winter break drives you to insanity in 48 hours: a memoir
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Humor: How winter break drives you to insanity in 48 hours: a memoir

Relaxation and rest come at the cost of craziness and overeating Winter break, at a surface level, appears to be the height of luxury for the college experience.…

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Cut it out: stop partisan gerrymandering
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Cut it out: stop partisan gerrymandering

Federal court rules against North Carolina congressional map In a political landmark, a panel of federal judges ruled North Carolina’s 2016 congressional map void due to its heavy…

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Fight to preserve children’s health care
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Fight to preserve children’s health care

CHIP at risk of losing funding The Children’s Health Insurance Program provides health care coverage for children from low-income families, specifically the subset of families whose incomes are…

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Letter to the Editor: Properly bridging Trump’s division of the country
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Letter to the Editor: Properly bridging Trump’s division of the country

To the Editor: Re: “There and Back Again: The political evolution of a white guy” by Nick Irvin (column, Dec. 7):   In your article you describe Trump…

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